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LCHANETTE 




HAROLD B. PERLMAN 



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in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/elchanettebrookl1958unse 




2301 Snyder Avenue, Brooklyn 26, New York 



CONTENTS 



2 


Dedication 


3 


Administration 


4 


Faculty 


9 


Graduates 


32 


Diary 


39 


Activities 


40 


Elchanette Staff 


42 


G.O. 


43 


Arista 


44 


Flame 


45 


Debating Teams 


46 


Library Squad 


47 


Service Squad 


48 


Cheering & Game Clubs 


49 


Basketball Team 


50 


Hebrew Dancing & Choir 


51 


Clubs 


56 


Co-op & Office Squad 


57 


Outside Activities 


58 


Hebrew Extra-Curricular 


59 


Literature 


60 


The Survivor — B. Baruch 


61 


Grim Fairy Tale — R. Teitz 


62 


Heritage — J. Isaac 


63 


Tenth Anniversary — D. Taube 


64 


And the Sun Shines — A. Rubin 


65 


Heritage of Israel — N. Gleicher 


66 


Farewell to the Faculty 


67 


They Make This Book Possible 






DEDICATION 



HERITAGE has been the main 
force in these first years of our lives. 
We have lived in its way and appre- 
ciate its beauty. Coming years will 
be spent continuing the pattern of 
this Heritage; our book is therefore 
dedicated to it. 




Dr. Samuel Belkin 
President, Yeshiva University 




ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Shelley Saphire 
Supervising Principal 






Rabbi Charles Friedman Dr. Isaac Lewin 

Principal, English Department Principal, Hebrew Department 



Mr. Samuel Levine 
Director 




Rabbi Harold Perlman, Hebrew 





Rabbi Eli Rosenmund, Hebrew 



Dr. Jechiel Lichtenstein, Hebrew 



HEBREW FACULTY 






Mr. Armin Steif, Hebrew 



Miss Tova Weiss, Hebrew 



Dr. Jean Jofen, Jetvish Ethics 
Dr. Samuel Linick, Hebrew 
Rabbi Baruch Rabinowitz, Talmud 





Miss Sara Sonnenfeld, Hebrew 




Rabbi Moshe Berenholtz, Hebrew 



Mr. Isadore Hoffman, Hebrew 




ENGLISH 



Mr. Robert Bassell, English 




La/ 

Mr. Louis Kussin, Social Studies 





Mrs. Edith Jacobson, Art 





Miss Zeva Epstein, Science 




Mrs. Esther Tessel, Business 



Mr. Louis Alper, Mathematics 



FACULTY 



Mr. Bernard Annenberg, Science 

Mr. Morris Applbaum, English 

Mr. Isaac Cantor, Language 

Mr. Haskell Epstein, Mathematics 

Mr. Henry Fohr, Language 

Mr. Paul Gendler, English 

Mr. Albert Glass, English 

Mrs. Elsie Green, Physical Education 

Mr. Emery Grossman, Music 

Mr. Harold Raab, Mathematics 





Mrs. Gertrude Feuer, Language 




a^s* 




Mr. Jacob Godin, Language 




Mr. Martin Lilker, Social Studies 




Mr. Milton Spin, Mathematics 



Mr. Julius Gottesman, Social Studies 





Mr. John Santiago, Custodian 




GRADUATES 

instilled with an eternal flow of 
undying spirit, stand determined to 
enlarge the fountain of our Heritage. 




FLORENCE RENEE APPLEBAUM 
A slick chick, this gal — hlue eyes, blonde 
hair and a sweet smile give her plenty of 
oomph! Applesauce or applejack is sure 
to pull a high grade in English. 

n»rti> (ran pmna 





HELEN AUERBACH 
America's loss, Israel's gain — Leave it to 
Helen to be the best tractor driver in 
kibbutz. The ability that made the Spark 
a Flame, will assure her success. 

nanrr nipyi uy» -tax 



DOLLY BENEDICT 
Dolly competes with Rabbi Perlman for 
the phone monopoly. Ambitious to be a 
writer, she'll pursue her studies at business 
school — Smells of monkey business! 




/ think I left a hand beliind 




10 



BARBARA BARUCH 
B.B. never knew where her answers went 
but had Hoffman happy by memorizing 
Malbim backwards. Her talking abilities 
served in debating, her personality will 
serve her in all she does. 

nwiyi iniK "yna 





WHOOPS! 



MIRIAM BRANDWEIN 
Miriam's subway suffering didn't affect her 
as she survived four years to be a 'super' 
Senior. Why does Mr. Weinstein pick on 
her? 





ANITA BROWN 

Brown's Bronx-Brooklyn helicopter serv- 
ice will soon he installed for Anita's bene- 
fit. Commuter through rain and shine, 
she always brought her own special shine 
to school life. 





FAITH CHERNOFF 

Psychologists say math and art can't be 
found in one brain — Taith proves them 
wrong. Book-borrower Chernoff leaves 
Wyatt Earp for Arrowstnith anytime. 

m^3 n]1ttX\.. 



nb INT 



, 



BARBARA COHEN 
One of the Three Musketeers was this 
apple of Lilker's eye. Always poring over 
pictures, our photography editor's pretty 
as a picture herself. 

.tnii Sob n\i nsna 



mm* 1 ? niKi" 



11 




Who forgot to pay the electric bill? 





EDITH S. DAMESEK 
Vive Lafayette for sending us this lovely 
miss. Rembrandt has nothing over our art- 
ist. Helpful and original, Edie's a leader 
in any project undertaken, especially sing. 

fpnnan> ntynKi iddtik 




NAOMI DANZGER 
Philosopher Naomi is still figuring Cen- 
tral's philosophy. Meanwhile, she reads 
avidly and increases her knowledge. It 
sparkles when she passes by. 

...nyi usx' D'iMn 





MIRIAM D. EICHENSTEIN 
5 feet 1 inch of action, Mimi's field is 
debating. If it's got ears, she talks. David 
went a long way for this wonderful girl 
and we know it's worth it. 



10 



12 



JUDY EISELMAN 
Go to the lunchroom and always find Judy 
working on Sten. With her piano lessons, 
Judy will soon be taking notes on pianos, 
not pads. She's our choice for Secretary of 
the Year. 

D'ainKfi D'yi n»wn now 




RICKI FEINERMAN 
Ricki always looked cheerful even when 
the Dodgers weren't in first place. We 
learned of camisadoes, camaradoes, and 
come-Winsokios from our original "Cheer." 

nnaw — oito 'syv 1 ? 




ANITA FRANK 
It's great to have a doctor in the house — 
Yay, Winsoki for this honnie lassie. Hurry 
for your appointments hoys, you have stiff 
competition. 

2? rami man: — niwi miro 





SYLVIA FELDMAN 
Sylvia's catchy sketches keep her awake 
during some of our more stimulating 
courses. Art editor and notebook scribbler, 
she's practicing for future greatness. 

,Tni7jis nftvrn — R'n mop 



NAOMI D. FELMAN 
One of Albert Einstein's talmidim is this 
rare specimen. A gay personality adds 
sparkle to Arista meetings. Let the colleges 
fight it out for this prize. 

n'myta rnn'yji — it roan dv 'aya 





Don't study too hard . 



13 




LEAH BELLE FRANKEL 
Leah's an ardent Republican — she likes 
Ike. We wish the photography editor"s 
(laming red hair could show up in the 
pictures along with her heart of gold. 

ITU 1 Kin rS 31" 





DINA FRIEDMAN 
Related to half the teachers through 
Avrohom, the rest through Adam, Dina's 
a generous worker. Mr. Lilker's left eye 
rests Fridays when our class baalabosta 
stays home. 

imo ni'MO rum 



JUDITH VERONICA FRIEDMAN 

Most of us looked drazzled, but Judy daz- 
zled — even at 5 o'clock bell. Level-headed, 
Central's problems never got her down and 
she'll surely come out on top. 



nttvix rows 



mnv nxxx 





BARBARA JANE GARTENBERG 
One of Central's top students is Miss 
Barbara Jane. She's a most yichusdik girl 
— the niece of the owner of the Pioneer 
Country Club — Lucky girl ! 

mi nWa na3' n^ 



14 





ROSALIND S. GELLIS 
R-r-r Rozzie, the only one for President, is 
graced with charm and intelligence, as well 
as Yiiras Shamayim. Her sincerity makes 
her a hit to all. 

rn tie" n5> Tsan 721 



Every second key flat 







ISADORA DEBBY GELMAN 
"Issy" is the typical secretary and happy 
is her lucky hoss. Her MELodious voice 
would be perfect every time she answered 
the phone. 

D'39 313" — n»V 3b 



SARA GOLOMBECK 
Liherace has stiff competition in Sara. 
Good at figures — no wonder she has a 
good one of her own. No matter the pro- 
nunciation, this Golombeck's great. 

.wnb -nm iin 



FLORENCE GREENWALD 
Florence was quiet at times but made up 
for them by cracking classes — as in a 
Ravetch play when the food flew. Green- 
wald's just good. 

niyo D^W M — TUX 'Disa D'f>01JM 



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every other key flat 




LORRAINE GROSS 

Peaches and cream complexion, sincerity, 
warmth, sunny smile — Put them together 
and you've got Gross. Laie or Lorraine 
she's a love of a Girl. 





JUDY GROSSMAN 
Judy, a Newark Nomad, travelled through- 
out four years. This was a piece of luck, 
for we no longer had to buy Mademoiselle 
— our lovely Judy epitomized it. 

rvon D'lwi nnaip nsipi 



SUSAN A. GROSSMAN 
Sue's afflicted with the trouble of the world. 
Normal typewriters type lines: hers prac- 
tice hurdles. A wonderful gill, she'll hurdle 
any obstacles easily. 

...N3T IHEO 




ADINA HALPERN 
Which twin was Adina? We found out and 
found a terrific girl. liana! — oops! Adina! 
Mr. Lilker met his match and almost 
capitulated. 

ynjt> i'K nrsai f>xr\7t? pit n^y 



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BARBARA HENNIE HALPERN 
Doodler and droodler, comedienne too, 
Barbara's never bored — she'll tell herself 
a private joke. She who laughs last and 
longest is Barbara. 

affV nana npis mis 




ILANA HALPERN 

Mountain-climbing Central's seats re- 
minded liana of her Alpine excursions. 
That's why she chose Central — and we're 
glad she did! 

D'mnn i'a rwieo 




SYLVIA HEISLER 
Sylvia was a member of the Invincible 
Inseparables of Boro Park. We did get to 
know her anyway and found a sweet and 
lovely girl. 




SHEILA HIRTH 
Here a hand, there an ear, half a right 
eye — Sheila's forever dashing. During 
her four year sprint we've managed to find 
a simply wonderful girl. 

rntsa — nwsai mt> 




etienj key flat 




17 






HAVA EVALYN HOENIG 

No one knew whether to call her Miss 
Hoenig, Havie, Chavie or just Hava. By 
any name, she's a sweet likeable girl. Quick 
to laugh, we could always count on her. 



ESTHER B. HOROWITZ 

A flash of lightning, a clap of thunder — 
here's Esther. This vivacious personality 
laughs away all YUHS cares. Rah, rah to 
the matzoh queen. 

rp»n "n 'i'S3 in nwtni in ok 'nm 



JUDY ISSAC 
A Last Row Laugher and Any Row 
Laugher, Judy's our cheerful miss. Funny, 
brilliant, radiant, exuberant and stupen- 
dous. . . . Judy didn't write this one. 

nn»w — ii> itji 




Od Yishoma 





CHARLOTTE KANTROWITZ 
Kantorovorovovitz can't help it — her re- 
marks are remarkable! Funny, sincere, 
original, she has her own very charming 
Charlotte charm. 



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somebody goofed! 




ROCHELLE KAPLAN 

Central's textile factory runs for Rochelle. 
She's our artist, designer and creator of 
yamelkas. Place orders now, but Bnei- 
Akivanicks comes first. 

nnmntn yap 1 ? ,rmay'7 ,min7 






ANNETTE CHERIE KARLIN 
One of our first knit-wits, Annette was 
usually trailing the wool behind her. 
Blessed with wits in every other sense — 
Karlin's a card of a gal ! 

nitoi nan ,D"n isoa anan 



MIRIAM S. KOENIGSBERG 
B'nei Akivarian and Steif's dikdukarian is 
our Koenigsberg. Serious about her studies, 
Miriam Shulamith still managed to laugh 
her way into all our hearts. 

■r\ n»T nnaro n'W ki 



MIRIAM LAMM 
Sugar 'n spice and everything nice make 
Sheepshead Bay's contribution to the melt- 
ing pot. A long pony-tail tops a high I.Q. 
— sure success. 

npTiwa aiD <^\t! 'nxxa t^ 



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LeChaim, teachers! 




CLAIRE LANGNER 
Lucky future generation, Claire wants to 
be a teacher. Our Vice-President's pet say- 
ing — natch! Our pet saying — she's a 
natch catch ! 

nxi rum -n n»n 







20 



JUDI MARSHA LANDO 
Judi puzzled through the Times, stopping 
only to see what Daley said about the 
Dodgers. Cheerful at all times she was hap- 
piest in History! Miss America plus is our 
lovely Lando. 

nrraea >n nn -nay 



LINDA LIEBERMAN 
Linda delighted Mr. Annenberg having 
more than an inkling of what Chem was 
all about. A warm laugh and personality 
to match makes Linda tops. 

>pn D'pWt nna 



LILIAN LIEZER 
A quiet sincerity typified our "say little, do 
much" gal. Inclined to say only what she 
means, we mean what we say. She's a love, 
a Lilian. 





SHOSHANA LIKER 
A sabra's hard outside, soft inside; ours 
is sweet all the way through. Shoshana 
learned Latin before English — and did a 
good job on both. 

din ton i»i7n — nan wpx 



RONNIE LIPPMAN 

No ben-oculars necessary to see Ronnie 
has what it takes. An I.Q. in the twenty 
thousands topped by fiery red hair points 
to a red hot future. 

insai ns' rwiy 73" nx 




HADASSA LUSTIG 
When you hear of a B'nei-Akiva, dancing, 
Nahvi-knowing, typing editor for Aretz, 
know it's Hadassa. She joined in Junior 
year and became a fine member. 

T"n '0' 73 "pstT iom 'in t,n 





RUTH LEAH MATHEWS 
Ruthie, Bay Shore representative, joined a 
year late — probably missed a train. Her 
sweet ■-mile helped in a rapid conquest of 
"Alexander the Great." 

■px-in '3D3 imyn 121 17 I'K 



Doubly-bubbl 




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PAULA SUSAN NEWMAN 
Paula peers intently at her notebooks — 
she accidentally finds the latest novels 
there and reads raptly through Eco. A 
wonderful girl, she'll break the bank. 

niwV Vs ion min 



SANDY JOY POLONSKY 
Sandy owns the distinction of the small- 
est pony-tail in Central's history. Also phe- 
nomenal, our Athletic Manager was both 
on her toes and on her knees at games, all 
the time. 



SHERRELL BEVERLY REISMAN 

Sherry is star member of all Central actress 
and Gemilas Chesed guilds. Capability is 
her byword as the library shows. She's 
really one for the books. 

na !o ■»* myi aim 





RACHELLE M. REMLAND 
Rachelle was bitten by a telephone bug 
and became a one-girl Mizrachi phone 
service. With her abilities, this gal's sure 
to go far. 




PHYLLIS LIFSI RESNIKOFF 
Against a Berenholz Background comes a 
z-z-z; Phyllis is relaxing. She's as intelli- 
gent as Einstein, original as Fath, lovahle 
as Phyllis. 





Preparing 






ADELLE ROKEACH 
No, this Rokeach doesn't stuff fish hut did 
stuff notehooks as G.O. See'y. Her smile 
and [iony-tail made her famous; her per- 
sonality makes her likeahle. 

•nasi" n 1 ? nrrn: 



SHULIE ROSENBAUM 
The U.N. hetter watch its language when 
Shulie interprets. Our cheerer, twirler, and 
charity-drive collector could even coax a 
smile out of Molotov. 



NORMA ROSENMAN 
Senior Breakfast or Weekend, Charity 
Drive or Sing, Norma's talent always made 
the affair. Loved as head of half our 
activities, she'll always he on lop. 

nan] — K'n p ns'iO 



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Proctoring 



ANITA JOYCE RUBIN 
Mr. Hoffman's darling has displayed her 
ability in many fields. The poetic soul plus 
her charm and good looks make an appeal- 
ing combination. 

ai>n >r d'ojdi a^n p, n'sx-vn onm 




REBECCA SCHOEN 
Becky, artist, dancer and yarmulka maker 
supreme was a Last Row Laughter. Israel 
doesn't have Climate worries, Becky and 
her sunny personality will be there. 

pis 'ijra ^ inns 





GAIL LOUISE SCHRANK 
Our Borough Park Beauty even supplied 
answers while sitting on the floor — look- 
ing for a pen of course! She's as good as 
her name — Golda. 

mm dv^k 'J'S3 in ssam 



LILLIAN SCHORR 
To be sure, it's Schorr. Everyone gather 
round — she has the money. Central's 
treasury is fortunate to have such a charm- 
ing picture on its dollar. 

B'j'isa R'n mp' 



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TOBY SCHWITZER 

One captivating smile plus one sunny per- 
sonality = Toby. A bookroom bug, she 
kept it going efficiently. This gal has a 
WILL of her own. 



RHODA SEIF 
Rhoda's big green eyes and convincing 
arguments charmed many a teacher into 
foregoing many a quiz. Loyalty's her by- 
word to friends; sincerity's our byword to 
her. 

tobji nrm nsxw r'X7 



BERNICE JAY SHAPIRO 
Our Massad Marvel introduced us to col- 
lege formals. She knew Hebrew words for 
everything from pepper to tomatoes and 
will probably say "kain" soon. 

D1K3 -|*n»i 2iy "pip '3 






SYLVIA SHARFF 
Always look for Shifra in the center of a 
haysa hora. This pint-sized package ex- 
plodes in Israeli song and dance. Shifra 
doesn't walk, she debkas down stairs. 

DtHy. TNon i»p "i; 



25 






BEVERLY JOAN SHEVLIN 
Knitter for Ravetch, Roz and Co., Paper- 
Taker Inc. we'll always be fans of Fisher's 
First Fan. Bev kept us in stitches at all 
times. 

D'JWDl IBS fltt'pa 



SHEILA SIEGEL 

She'd walk miles for a Stan-dish. Her 
glib tongue and witty personality cause 
peals of laughter. Mazel tov to our first 
kalah. 



ARLENE G. SILVER 
Arlene gave the Jewish Museum the only 
wedding mural with a spirogyra as guest. 
Effervescent describes her personality; 
vivacious describes Arlene. 

TOOS D'SN "PN 3VJ 




Now you know how a mirror feels .... 




BASYA SILVER 
Teachers confused her with Lila and 
Arlene, but we could tell Basya by her 
"light" Harrisburg accent. A quick laugh, 
keen insight, make Bas a welcome sight. 

nn»» nsrp p'-s '3 



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It's not worth it! 




RICKY SMITH 

Ricky has made a name for herself hy 
expert imitations of our grand professorial 
crew. She's indispensable, making half the 
fun. 

■Tjrno oys 310 






LILA SILVER 
Lila is forever in quest of missing books, 
glasses, and rubber bands for falling knee- 
socks. This dynamic personality not only 
talks but listens — and raises riots either 
way. 

nw ibi na'wpa its 



GOLDIE STERN 
Goldie livened up our Junior Variety 
Night with her wonderful dancing. She's a 
happy-go-lucky, lively, and personable kid. 
Goldie's always on her toes. 

in in 1 avj 'tzv 



RUTH STILLMAN 
Ruthie predicted middy blouse style with 
her "Captain's Mate" costume in Ravetch's 
class. Ruthie's always in style with sin- 
cerity and honest character as part of her 
particular fashion. 

vbv norm mbv runts 



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DVORA TAUBE 
Dvora quickly went from her first word, 
which we won't mention, to an amazing 
vocabulary. We've got two words for Dvora 
and they are, Delicious and Delightful. 

DDni toy: in* — toy nun to> •$ 




MARTHA TANNENBAUM 
"Munsie" is a combination of liveliness, 
humor, and a large dash of Hebrew danc- 
ing. An appealing combination we'd say, 
as proven by her popularity. 

'J3 K3> «itm 





RUTH ELLEN TAUBENBLATT 
A book a day makes the nineties stay. 
Lilker's pet peeve knew more about Lin- 
coln than he. Ruthie's smile gives only a 
glimpse of an open heart underneath. 

pa T" oy min Ti»m ns' 



SHIFRAH TEIGMAN 
Hail to Yeshiva of Central Queens for our 
prize puzzler. Always matching word for 
word here's a word to match her — fantab- 
ulous! 



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HELEN B. VOEHL 
When in need of sympathy and understand- 
ing we all know to head for Helen. The 
fact that she's still smiling after four years 
is proof of her constant cheer. 

ms' n'js nana mxn ^a nx 'tiim 'in 



RIVKAH TEITZ 
Jack of all trades — master of all. Rivkah 
has the distinction of being among the 
few who have won the hearts of teachers 
and students alike. In athletics, debating, 
in general — great, humble, wonderful. 

n'is ^s pins mi nz»n«i 'xix'J n-rya 



MIRIAM WACHTFOGEL 

Miriam brought some of the air of the City 
of Brotherly Love to Central. Sincerity and 
friendliness are among her attributes. 

TPvyn .wiy opera ns' 





EUDICE WEILGUS 
This Weilgus cooked Lilker's goose by 
answering his sweeter remarks. Eudice 
came out on top here, and will anywhere 
with her sprightly personality. 

^inna xxi nan 



Temptation! 




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SUSAN WEISEL 
Susan's a combination of a top twirler and 
a pleasing personality. She's our choice for 
one of Forest Hill's fabulousest. 

ft rftay 7ray vs: 



JOAN WEISHAUT 
With will-power and watercress this Weis- 
haut's weight went down. Now she's good 
at figures in every sense of the word. 

ny nam — D3rp in 




SUE WEISHAUT 
How the other Half Lives; in class-made 
and house-made crew-necks and pixie 
bangs. Despite Mr. Lilker's persecution, 
Sue excelled in History. 

nam 717 inai ...oswai Tipn nwy 




1 didn't know it said '55 . 



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Editor-in-Chief, Elchanette '65 





MYRNA JOY WEISS 
In Nahvi class everyone gathers around 
Myrna's desk, but the music's "bachutz 
Moreh." When on a ferris wheel, drop in 
no our own — Myrna. 

ion PK — 1W3J !?B11 



JESSICA JUDITH WERNICK 

Teachers are relieved now that Jessie won't 
baffle them with her questions. Here's one 
for her??? Will some one pop the right 
question? 



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FRESHMAN YEAR 



When Charlie Friedman awoke from his morbid 
stupor one bright morn in September '54, he 
saw a scene so shocking that he has been in a 
state of suspended animation ever since. Fried- 
man found twice-forty, farblundszet, frightening, 
foolish, finicky, female freshmen. We found out 
later in the year that we were in school illegally 
—we all failed the entrance exam but were ac- 
cepted anyway— our daddys are loaded. 

It wasn't long before we made ourselves quite 
at home. Every classroom was considered our 
private boudoir— teachers keep out! This attitude 
was a constant source of consternation to Mr. 



Weinstein, Mr. Hoffman and Rabbi Bernstein. 
The teachers wised up and called Jimmy to 
change the lock. 

The book business flourished under the loving 
care of Mr. Horn— fresh air fund. With windows 
open and pony-tails flying we sat through "A 
Midsummer Night's Dream" and a first rate man- 
icuring course. 

We had a double gym period, Mrs. Green gave 
us body exercises while Rabbi Berenholz kept us 
dizzy with thumb exercises. 

Madame Feuer and Doctor Jofen have a fiery, 
furious, French feud as to which class is smarter. 



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Actually, all we learned were the latest millinery 
fashions. Wait until our Senior year and Jofen 
teaches us more. 

Wanted! One mouse escaped from Mr. Annen- 
berg's laboratory— found in the "gym" rooming 
with the beetles... Kallner's fruit flies flew the coop 
... In May we place 3rd in the sing with "Angels 
to Devils" as our theme. Not much of a start but 
we were too lovesick to really care. From 9 to 5 
we dreamed away while staring at Mr. Bassell's 
wavy dip, Weinstein's wavy dip and Perlman's 
. . . Beacon wax, anyone? The bachelor club suf- 
fers an irreparable loss when both Rabbi Bern- 



) 




stein and Mr. Bassell chicken out and kick the 
bucket— weaklings! . . . Mrs. Leiff takes a day off 
to have a baby . . . Rabbi Perlman thrills all with 
his style and grace on the tennis court. Who 
wears short shorts? . . . After eleven nerve-wrack- 
ing finals we settle down to a summer as C.I.T.'s 
all over the country— to return the following year 
as . . . 



SOPHOMORE YEAR 



. . . Sophomores. Seventy-seven ( three wisened 
up) silly, senseless, shlepy, suffering sophomores. 
Stocks in cottage cheese industry rise to dizzying 





/mpf' 



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heights— sophomores are dieting. Meanwhile Mike 
over at the ice-cream counter is making a small 
fortune, Tsk, tsk! Somebody's cheating! . . . Rabbi 
Perlman returns refreshed after spending an in- 
vigorating summer with the women's section of 
the Israeli Army. The price of pictures go up 
enough to cover the cost of "free" matanos . . . 
Mrs. Jacobson cracks down on the flirty TA 
freshmen who have the most annoying habit of 
"peeping through the window shades down" . . . 
All our little brothers and sisters are kept busy 
making scribbles for art class . . . The winner is 
Arlene's spirogyra . . . Mrs. Jacobson expresses her 
sentiment to the class with a subtle statement 
upon giving Sara a stack of papers— "Pass out!" 
. . . Nothing beats the first aid lesson when Sherry 
got her foot stuck in a desk— "We'll have to cut it 
off"— Mrs. Greene to the rescue... We take music 
tests in lipstick and blood. They're graded by 
the weight of the paper. Cleaning bills rise as we 
practice artificial respiration in the "gym." They 
wash and wax the floor just for us. Our basement 



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menagerie grows as a hamster escapes to join the 
mice, fruit flies, and bugs . . . Flash! Rebellion in 
the lab, Mr. Annenberg springs one quiz too 
many and we just sit there! Meeting in Rabbi 
Friedman's office after school. He's awfully 
amused, doesn't really know what's going on. 
Hoffman's running wild with Sheylon questions, 
says knowledge is the best way to snag a man. 
Dr. Jofen thinks otherwise. We fool him one day 
when we cut class and stroll in at 5 minute inter- 
vals. But Moreh! We were in the lunchroom and 
didn't hear the bell and ran up the stairs and fell 
and needed a bandage and had a headache and 
fainted and . . . Neither rain nor storm nor sleet 
nor snow keeps Lilker from getting hooked. Now 
he doesn't have to do crossword puzzles alone. 



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Jofen practices what she preaches — it's a girl. 
Geometry's a cinch. We learn all the angles by 
studying Mr. Spin's wardrobe . . . Dim, dim, the 
lights. Perlman wants some atmosphere. . . Punchy 
scribbles all over our compositions in bright red 
ink "See me after class." But why, Moreh? . . . 
Spring is here and a girl's fancy turns to regents. 
Whoopee! Central gets a charter . . . Steif's hair 
gets a little thinner, Weinstein's a little dimmer . . . 
Another hectic year is over and we all settle down 
to a summer as J.C.'s all over the country to return 
the following year as . . . 



JUNIOR YEAR 



. . . Jumpy, jittery, jerky, juvenile, junky, Juniors 
. . . Jofen teaches "Modern Yiddish." Fun de Bube 
Lupke's tzaiten . . . oooh! Sheila has an I.D. . . . 
We get the latest newspapers from Aretz — only 
they're ancient history now . . "Yashmeuet Hako- 
los" — Crash! Bam! Alakazam!! Balloons pop in 
Perlman's class — What kind of chutzpah is this!?! 
But how many kinds are there, Moreh? ... A party 
a week keeps a blush in the cheek — especially 
with our Ivris teachers dikduk dance . . . Bassell 



organizes an underground detective agency — To 
trap the gangster who cracked the office safe for 
his little black book ... In Babbi Bosenmund's 
class Gail crawls on the floor to whisper an answer 
in an oral test . . . We were nice enough to bother 
and take it . . . Mickey Mouse craze takes over 
Juniors . . . Lilker guides us and shapes our future. 




"What kind of college do you wanna go to? ( wink, 
wink), Stern's or a regular one? What do you 
mean you don't know? What do you want to be 
when you grow up? BIGGEB?!!". . . Lilker gives 
us guidance . . . The school program puts us on 
the second floor for sessions and our program puts 






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us on the fourth floor for sunbaths. Rabbi Fried- 
man surprises us in a state of epidermic exposure 
. . . Lilker gives us guidance. Our dramatics course 
convinces us that we're all Sarah Bernhardts . . . 
We put on a Variety Nite which brings out the 
animal instinct in our audience. 

Teachers tell us to study Scholarship over the 
summer but we have different plans . . . We spread 
to all parts of the country as counsellors to return 
as . . . 





SENIOR YEAR 



. . . Sophisticated, superior, sleek, senile, svelte, 
swell-headed, stupendous Seniors. Dr. Tofen in- 
structs in the act of chicken surgery . . . Scholar- 
ship class dominates our seventh term. We keep 
busy learning little things as: the names of Sat- 
urn's rings, Mars' moon, and Baby Face Nelson's 
dame from Park Slope . . . Little things . . . College 
boards come and go. Applications pour in for 
Stern's . . . Lilker gives us guidance ... A certain 
teacher contends that a student drives a pencil 
through his head while stepping on his corns. "But 
moreh, zeh bachutz!" Yeh-chutzpah ... A bunch 



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of woodpeckers . . . Students find that the only 
way to communicate with our Gemorah teacher 
is by sending smoke signals . . . Eco teacher loses 
equilibrium and starts bumping into garbage pails 
. . . Hadassa announces her engagement. Zvi blew 
in from the windy city . . . All honorable Arista 
members got 98 on their Advanced Algebra regent 
. . . The flu flew, the snow snew, the subway strike 
strick — movies were mobbed. Berenholtz rocks 
us to sleep with a wavy thumb. Girl yawning in 




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the back gets a zero. Zeh maphriah!!!!! One girl 
sets the record with 23 pages on a Chumash final. 
She gets 75 for being a little concise . . . "Oh that 
this too too solid flesh would melt." Hamlet in- 
spires us to go on a diet . . . We welcome 2 gentle 
English teachers to our staff of wardens. Mr. 
Glass' inaugural address — "I don't want to 
threaten you girls, but you're all going to flunk" 
. . . Gendler becomes very nervous with his wife 
expecting — he received a report that one out of 
every four babies born is Chinese . . . We learn 
from Bassell not to tangle with the desk (who 
wants to tangle with a desk? ) or we'll get squashed 
by red zeros — Da red pencil strikes again . . . 



Latest discovery in our library is that books have 
sprouted pseudopods . . . Punchy says they walk 
off . . . Lilker gives us guidance . . . Phantom 
Arista assembly frustrates junior members. Wait 
'till next year . . . Hebrew teachers tell us to learn 
Lishmah — After all, it will show on the test . . . 
Most recent get-smart-quick method by a schol- 
arship teacher — memorize the book . . . Whadda 
we, nuts??? We hit the record high with 3 callahs. 
Half the class comes to school with knitting nee- 
dles — for sweaters they say . . . Could be ... A 
Jewish Ethics teacher has the only sure-fire meth- 
od for making the girls daven. You'd better daven 
or you'll get a chosen who's a shmerel. 

We suddenly become sentimental and we have 
Senior Weekend, Senior Breakfast and various 
Senior "trips". . . It's June and girls begin thinking 
of things that must be put in the yearbook. 

And then we realize, we loved it all, all along, 
for we're goofy, glorious, grand, gone Central 
Graduates. 




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: 





ACTIVITIES 

where we put our Heritage 
on a practical plane as we not 
only talk of it, but live in its 
ways. 







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Barbara Baruch, Co-Editor, and Rivkah Teitz, 

Editor-in-Chief, become so enthusiastic about 

an article, that they even stop eating. 



Anita Rubin, Hebrew Editor, and Naomi Felman, 

English Editor, read it with Ronnie Lippman 

and Judy Issac taking off from their job as 

Activities Editors, for the job of Eternal Kibitzers. 





Phyllis Resnikoff, Rebecca Schoen and Sylvia Feldman. 
Art Editors, decide on drawings while . . . 




Staff... 





Ulcers? We also get them. 



Leah Frankel and Barbara Cohen, Photography Editors, veto photos. 



...Paula Newman and Norma Rosenman, 
Business Managers, happily count money. 




Judi Lando, Typing Editor, types the 
article. Anita Brown, also Typing 
Editor, was busy elsewhere. Turn 
to page 62 to see the results. 




WINTER G.O.-Back Row: S. Nulman, N. Nussbaum, H. Verschleiser, R. Friedman, R. 
Taubenblatt, R. Elbinger, E. Damesek, N. Rosenman, H. Stone, R. Stillman, M. Gottlieb. 
Row 2: D. Gelb, M. Gluck, D. Reitman, N. Klass, N. Kaminetsky, M. Gluck, S. Teitz, H. Kuflik, 
A. Brown, J. Wernick, E. Schroit. Seated: A. Rokeach, C Langner, R. Gellis, L. Schorr 



GENERAL 



ORGANIZATION 



Although the General Organization is a school 
body, it managed to accomplish a lot this year. 

President Roz Gellis and Veep Claire Langner 
organized a number of assemblies, sponsored a 
Charity Drive, gave out free ice-cream and made 
the administration more amiable. 

Outside of school things were popping too, with 
a Chagiga, Purim Carnival, two theatre parties 
and the spirited Senior weekend. 

Lillian Schorr as Treasurer and Adelle Rokeach 
as Secretary kept tabs on the money and notes. 

We hope all G.O.'s will follow the examples 
set by this year's. 




SPRING G.O.-Back Row: N. Baumol, S. Zelinger, G. Katz, M. Hochberg, R. Schulman, 
B. Charney, L. Frankel, S. Zwiebel, B. Neuhaus, J. Gottlieb. Row 2: H. Fisch, D. Gelb, 
M. Stern, E. Gewirtz, A. Rubin, I. Englander, J. Minchenberg, H. Goldberg, H. Auerbach, 
B. Sachs, D. Taub, E. Ridholz. Front Row — Standing: G. Cohen. Seated: A. Rokeach, C. 
Langner, Miss Z. Epstein, R. Gellis, L. Schorr. Standing — Right Side: E. Cohen 




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Arista's collecting a small fortune by selling sid- 
durim to delinquent daveners. 

It's true in the past years Arista didn't leave its 
impression on the school, but this year . . . 

Actually, under the leadership of Naomi Fel- 
man and Ronnie Lippman, the coaching service, 
leadership of davening and speaking of Hebrew 
have been intensified. 

Of course, we are all honorable women. 




ARISTA 




ARISTA Back Row - Left: R. Israel, A. Rokeach, F. 
Witztum, C. Baer, D. Chill, L. Schorr, R. Gellis, R. Teitz, 
H. Stone, B. Forst, R. Taubenblatt. Front Row: M. Eichen- 
stein, M. Dominitz, R. Frankel, H. Auerbach, L. Resni- 
koff, S. Reisman, Mr. Lilker. Seated: N. Felman, R. Lipp- 
man. Back Row— Right: J. Issac, N. Rosenman, S. Golom- 
beck, B. Baruch, P. Newman, M. Koenigsberg. Row 2 — 
Right: T. Schwitzer, H. Fisch, I. Englander, N. Nussbaum. 
Front Row— Right: J. Wernick, E. Horowitz, A. Brafman 



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THE FLAME 



This year has been a busy one for the Flame staff. 
The new staff's first innovation was a change of 
name as "The Spark" grew into "The Flame." 
With this name change, came a new policy. The 
newspaper became the organ of expression for 



Centralettes wherein they could laugh at them- 
selves and at the school. 

Staff meetings were held during club periods, 
after school, but most of all on telephones through- 
out the night. 

The most exciting days for members of the 
staff, were those on which they went to the printer. 
Anything could happen there; and it usually did. 




FLAME Standing: M. Dominitz, R. Kaplan, H. Wolf, 
H. Lustig. Seated: P. Newman, C. Baer, H. Auerbach, 
L. Silver, S. Hirth 



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ENGLISH 
DEBATING 



ENGLISH DEBATING Back Row - Standing: D. Benedict, L. Silver, D. Chill, 
E. Levenson, R. Gellis, D. Chill. Front Row - Standing: D. Gelb, G. Zwiebel, H. 
Auerbach, B. Baruch, R. Teitz, S. Zwiebel, S. Reisman, F. Witztmn, A. Rubin, 
H. Seigel. Sitting: M. Eichenstein 



JUNIOR VARSITY DEBATING Back Row: C. Pallant, M. Hochberg, S. Teitz, 
B. Zwebner, B. Beinenstock, H. Verschleiser, S. Gellis, D, Beeber. Row 1: M. Fuchs, 
H. Elstein, G. Katz, C. Cork, J. Klien, D. Reitman, C. Schaefer. Seated: F. Witztum 




Centralettes talk in classes, on phones and every- 
where but the dentist's chair. The only legalized 
place for these discussions is the Debating Team. 
With Miriam Eichenstein as Manager and Abe 
Gafni coaching, the team has lost only one debate. 
These were against such formerly formidable op- 
ponents as B.T.A., H.I.L.I., Flatbush and M.T.A. 
Of course our girls have more practice. 




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Where silence is supposed to reign and knowledge 
is supreme — Central's library. Every year the 
amount of books seems to double. Actually, it's 
being halved for our Hebrew books have a habit 
of disappearing. 

All types of books can be found to supply all 
the students' needs. Debby Chill, with the aid of 
Mr. Bassell, R. Pearlman and Mr. Gottesman, 
made our two cubicles into a storehouse of 
knowledge. 




LIBRARY 



LIBRARY Back Row: B. Shapiro, F. Weiner, M. Gott- 
lieb, S. Reisman, B. Weiner, D. Chill. Row 2: F. Wein- 
stock, B. Beinenstock, P. Rabinowitz, B. Silver, L. Levitan, 
R. Feldman. Front Row: E. Horowitz, M. Cluck, H. 
Hoenig, D. Keehn, V. Kresch 




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SERVICE 
SQUAD 



SERVICE SQUAD Back Row. F. Weinstock, G. Katz. 
Row 2- Standing: H. Goldberg, S. Goldstein, R. Fried- 
man, V. Rosenbaum, M. Wachtfogel, B. Gartenberg, N. 
Baumol, T. Newman, R. King, H. Ellsfein. Seated: T. 
Hilsenrad, H. Fish, A. Brafman, L. Frankel, B. Forst 




If cleanliness is next to godliness, Central's Service 
Squad should change directions. 

Squad members try to keep the school clean, 
traffic in the halls unsnarled and have up stairs 
used for up only. 

Actually, the squad's on its way up too — on 
the up stairway, of course. 



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CHEERING SQUAD 




CHEERING SQUAD S. Lipnack, H. Bron- 
stien, T. Dyckman, A. Burstein, T. Rosen, A. 
Brafman, T. Hilsenrad, S. Shangold, G. Feld. 
Center: S. Rosenbaum, Leader 



GAME CLUB 




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Our Game Club's aim is to play games. Its mem- 
bers are students who don't want or don't know 
how to make yamelkas, knit, perform, debate or 
write articles for the newspaper. The club sup- 
plies them with a ping-pong table (no racquets 
or ball), two checker boards, and one-half of a 
chess set. For the students who require more 
invigorating games, there is a deflated basketball 
and a jump rope. You have to bring your own 
imagination. 



Leader— Lifsi Resnikoff 



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A red and white flash tumbles to the court 
floor — Central's Basketball Team is on its 
way! Between Sandy Polonsky, Manager, 
and the ball, most of the action seems to be 
on the knees. At every spare second, the 
cheerers, pictures in blue and white, lead the 
girls in long, loud encouragement for the 
team. This helped switch last year's record 
of 0-8, the other way. YAY, Central! 



BASKETBALL Back Row: D. Wernick, C. Weiss- 
man, R. Teitz, J. Weinstein, R. Golombeck, M. 
Feld, S. Polonsky. Sitting: S. Gold, J. Tisser, B. 
Shapiro, C. Tisser, E. Lifschitz 




BASKETBALL 



1958 BASKETBALL TEAM 



November 21 


Flatbush 


36-6 


December 3 


Lexington 


29-18 


December 19 


Flatbush 


29-24 


December 23 


Flatbush 


38-21 


January 26 


H.I.L.I. 


°33-8 


February 8 


Ramaz 


"16-9 


February 27 


Ramaz 


"33-27 


"Central Won 





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Leaders — Debby Gelman and Becky Schoen 



HEBREW DANCING 



Swing your partners, clap your hands, but remem- 
ber the instructions are given in Hebrew. The 
Hebrew Dance Club leaders try to orient the 
members with the basic Hebrew Dances. After 
members have mastered these fundamentals they 
are taught modern ones. The best part, of course, 
is when the girls begin to improvise on their own. 
Their annual stamping and prancing at the 
Chagiga shows their accomplishments on the way 
to perfection. 



HEBREW CHOIR - Kol Yisroel Leader - Anita Rubin 




HEBREW CHOIR 




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Leader — Myra Rabinowitz 



Picasso founded the school of cubism, Renoir im- 
pressionism and Central's Art Club has founded 
the school of noisism. 

Our Art Club specializes in banging, hammer- 
ing and scratching away. Members work with 
copper in making cuff links and bracelets. 

Through the Art Club they have been ac- 
quainted with the finer things in life . . . such as 
gluing copper pieces together. 

ART CLUB 



BENEFIT 



BENEFIT - Gemilut Chasodim Leader — Anita Brown 





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YAMELKA 







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YAMELKA— Head Coverings Associated 

Leaders — Beverly Shevlin, Lorraine Schwartz, Sandra Singer 



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CLASSICAL 
MUSIC 




CLASSICAL MUSIC-Tequi . . . Ooops! Beethoven 



CHALIEL— Amateur Snake Charmers Leaders — Ronnie Lippman, Yospa Senderowitz 



CHALIEL 





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DRAMATICS 




TWIRLING 




DRAMATICS — Ars longa Leader — Sherry Reisman 



TWIRLING-Leader-Myrna Weiss 







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SEWING CLUB 



SEWING CLUB— Leaders— Libby Koenigsberg, Nehama Kaminetsky 




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OFFICE SQUAD — Pearl Dodek, Secretary; Debby Gelman, Anita Brown, Assistants 




CO-OP 



OFFICE SQUAD 



CO-OP — Bargain Attic Head — Bryna Charney 




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OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES 




Extracurricular activities take Centralettes' minds 
off curricular activities and are therefore much 
appreciated. 

Two theatre parties, "Most Happy Fella" and 
"Brothers Karamazov" were followed by our Cha- 
nuka chagiga. This affair held on Chanuka, of all 
times, was a gastronomical and entertaining 
success. 

Purim Carnival was a mixture of horas, hot 
dogs and booths under the direction of Ina Eng- 
Iander and Helen Stone. 

Yom Hoatzmout was duly celebrated with a 
Hebrew day, classroom decorations, a Senior 
Breakfast and impromptu dancing throughout the 
day. 

Two of our most enjoyable activities are the 



Lag Ba'Omer outing, and the Sing. Competition 
now begins in March and Senior Day a close con- 
test always follows. 

Senior weekend, under Norma Rosenman's di- 
rection, showed what spirit our Seniors possess. 

But of course the best extracurricular activities 
are the ones enjoyed after slipping out the side 
door. 





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CHUG IVRI 



CHUG IVRI-Learfer-Rebecca Brill 




♦♦♦ 






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.uddd">d nncana m^i moa ity jttfB 
niTD^n^ mn^j nnay nrw1> nsma maoim 
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mmaa ,mmaan ninan rn mxoa m^nnon 
n'js mna 1 ? yna -ursa .nacs ...yntro imn - 
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tsnpiD tnnn mycn 13 ]ri yiwvm .□'tin .invo 
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.^an id nssr maiaynnai ma-pya n^s mmtw 
.trmn -nyt^ n^aa nrsn nrftxnn 



HEBREW DEBATING 



HEBREW DEBATING-Leader-Anita Rubin 



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LITERA 




is the story of our lives, wherein 
we are the star characters mold- 
ing our Heritage as the human 
hand molds clay. 




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THE SURVIVOR 



by Barbara Baruch 



He's the one, the one we've always talked about 
—the shabby, weary, weather-beaten man with 
the gleam in his eye— the world citizen. 

This man hadn't any home. But we did, so we 
quickly forgot about the wretched looking crea- 
ture and lived our own contented lives. Every 
now and then we heard about him from different 



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parts of the world. We would remember this tat- 
tered look, and would also remember the gleam 
in his eye. It was odd that he hadn't died from 
constant hunger and cold. But we didn't have too 
much time to think about him; we had a home. 

And then, a few hundred years later a very 
stately looking figure was seen in our part of the 
world. He looked very familiar. Then we saw the 
gleam in his eye and remembered this man. He 
was that same shabby, weary, weather-beaten 
man, arrayed in a different garb. He towered 
above us. We had a home and so did he. This man 
was a Jew, the Jew who was able to survive 
through constant torture and abuse. But he always 
had that gleam in his eye. I suppose he must have 
been laughing at us all those hundreds of years, 
when we thought we were destroying him. You 
see this man knew that his G-d would never desert 
him. He had his heritage as proof — his Torah, 
helping him reach his goal — a Jewish home. 

Yet destiny surrounded him on all sides by 
homes of illiterate and poverty stricken masses 
who still reach out to destroy him. 

But he towers over them — he's the Jew. 



GRIM FAIRY TALE 



by Rivkah Teitz 




Once upon a time Romulus, a Pharaoh and the 
Russian Bear were arguing among themselves. 
They couldn't decide who of the three was best. 
A contest was agreed on, in which he who would 
be meanest to Israel, would be judged the best. 

Romulus set about huffing and puffing and de- 
stroyed the Bais Hamikdosh, ravaged the land of 
Israel and sacked the cities. He sent the people 
of the land into the forests of Diaspora to perish. 
Here attempts were made to imprison and en- 
slave, starve and destroy them. Like Hansel's 
witch, Romulus didn't count on burning in his 
own fire. Historians now speak of "the grandeur 
that was Rome." 

The Russian Bear was smarter, trying to ruin 
Israel physically and mentally. Feeding of poi- 
soned apples to the mind was accomplished 
through pogroms and discriminations, till people 
were afraid to admit their ages. The Bear even 
went so far as washing the people's brains but 
the poison must have affected her. No one in 
Russia is sure of his life, no less his age, today. 

Small Pharaoh tried, but didn't get far. He 
hasn't given up the ship and is trying again. The 



scow Egypt was seen approaching the breakers 
recently. 

The contest goes on. Somehow the contestants 
seem to constantly lose while Israel gains. Oh, she 
gains little things as a story to tell her children, 
a tiny bit of land where they can grow, another 
explanation to her Torah — and she fives on, the 
eternal winner of the world contest. 



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It is winter in Poland and bitter cold. The stars 
are twinkling from above the mountains; the trees 
cast weird shadows on the blanket of snow cover- 
ing the bed of earth. All is still with the saintly 
silence of night. 

From the distance I hear a faint noise. Who 
desecrates the silence? As I approach the sound, 
I realize that it comes from a small house. I look- 
through the window and see a room, poorly fur- 
nished, heated by a few logs burning feebly in 
the hearth. Inside sits a middle-aged man, his 
head bent over a small table, his fingers caressing 
the yellowed pages of an old Gemorrah. At his 
side sits a younger man; together they chant the 
sweet song of countless centuries, the nigun of 



Heritage 



by Judy Issac 




the Gemorrah. Only a small candle lights the room 
yet the room is illuminated with the brilliance of 
the sun. The father is teaching his son, giving over 
the knowledge and love for learning that his 
father had given him. The sun listens, absorbing 
every precious word. With each word he raises 
himself higher and higher in spirit; with each 
thought, new worlds open for him until he ap- 
proaches the very gates of heaven. His father 
lovingly obeys the commandment "Thou shalt 
teach unto thy sons." The joy of being able to 
transmit G-d's words is seen on his radiant face. 



Some strange light emanates from him in profu- 
sion. The torch of Torah burns brightly within 
him, likening him unto an angel. Tears of joy 
trickle down his flaming cheeks. The son does not 
see it. He is too engrossed with his father's words. 

The father turns the page of the Gemorrah. 
The antiquated Gemorrah is decayed and worn 
from use. Wise old eyes seek out the barely visible 
words printed so many years ago. This man re- 
ceived it from his father. Thus it passes on father 
to son, father to son, generation to generation and 
still this Gemorrah remains. The beauty and 
wealth and spirit are imparted to each son and 
the treasure replenishes itself. For every drop of 
holiness withdrawn, the treasure increases be- 
cause its foundations are stronger and more 
lasting. 

I behold this man and this boy learning to- 
gether with that same book. I am transfixed by 
the sight. The crumbling pages glow like a bright 
fire. They burn and strangely, are not consumed. 
It burns— burns with the holiness of "Ner Mitz- 
vah," and it is this "Ner Mitzvah" which sustains 
both of them. As long as he burns for the Torah, 
so long will the "Ner Mitzvah" burn, and so long 
will there be a Jewish father and a Jewish son 
existing to carry this flaming torch through 
eternity. 

I must now abandon this place; my presence 
profanes this sacred ground. I must go. For to- 
night I have suddenly seen the strength of the 
HERITAGE. 



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nban ^s ^Ttpyn niwDsyn dv ep by ,nny 
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bbn TTiioa by ^Kitr" 1 iasn„ .iinxsn nby c-'an 
mmp ,nuanpn i^n n-'an ."cma: ibsj i^k 
natn by |ma iby en cbi« ,ycsn cam n^-pyx 



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mTn ! ! na-rn p k^> ."lmcD 1 ? jmy I'rana tib>p 
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niiTn .vnn«m yin nx^ layits-D to sine 
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nK did^kdi Diayito d^ik linn nw 
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psa nnny nmnn .nimnn taa omen ^an 1 ? 
inyo nn D^pvno jam .omen ninxya nnyia 
ntma ty nyinn nyia 1 ? inn ns nmm caan ty 

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na^iya nxaxaa no 1 ™ n^Nctr wann nys n^> 
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n^Ncnc nytya Da^ nnnc ns wann ,wi 
nana c^Hin nn^m nsi nu^n»o vn niaitwnm 

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ta mnn 1 ?! .anna can CTDtai mmy mm 
inmysa nmen tited D^ityaoni n^yasn 

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Buba Brown 

Aunt Mary 

Aunt Leiba 

Uncle Ben and Aunt Helen 

Uncle Sam 

Cousins Sol, Ruth and family 



Buba Cinnamon 

Uncle Charlie 

Aunt Helen and Uncle Ben 

Heshie and Evelyn 

Aunt Ethel and Uncle Teddy 

Howie and Carol 



Congratulations from the Friends and Relatives of 



ANITA BROWN 



Marta Padovani 
Diana Rosenbaum 
Doris Berkowitz 
Aaron Potnofsky 
Jerry Klosty 
Marina Calderon 
Allen Flax 



Aunt Jean and Uncle Meyer 
Stevie, Joel and Caren 
Aunt Miriam and Uncle Sol 
Mark, Ralph and Merrill 
Uncle Morris and Cousin Stan 
Cousins Donald, Evelyn and family 
Carol Schorr 



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SHERRY 

May you find success in 
all your future endeavors. 



JERRY REISMM and FAMILY 



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GENERAL ORGANIZATION DF 1958 



OFFICERS 

ROSALIND GELLIS President 

CLAIRE LANGNER Vice-President 

LILLIAN SCHORR Treasurer 

ADELLE ROKEACH Secretary 



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Best Wishes to Our Dear Niece 



JUDITH V. FRIEDMAN 



from 



VELVET 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 



"Live in a modem home by Velvet, the builders of luxurious homes. 1 ' 

For Information Call: 

UL 4-9366 
GE 6-9011 

GREETINGS 



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Mazel Tov to 
NAOMI 

Sabbt anii ilns. ilnr ifalmatt 

YEHUDI and SHEVI 



Mazel Tov to 



ANITA 



£atoa, Mam, lao an& iebbit. 



"ICHULEINU HALVAVIIM" 

Our Heariiesi Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

ANNETTE KARLIN 

upon her graduation. 

MOTHER, DADDY and PENNY 

GRANDMA and GRANDPA FRIEDMAN 

GRANDPA KARLIN 

AUNT DEBBY, UNCLE SAM, JOHNNY and MICHIE 

AUNT ZIPPY, UNCLE ARIOH, CAROL and ABBY 

AUNT MINNIE 

MR. and MRS. JOSEPH HAZELKORN and FAMILY 



"BEST WISHES' 1 

MR. and MRS. D. FINK 
and Family 

LAKE ARIEL, PENNSYLVANIA 



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"\M TIRZUH EIN ZU AGADAH" 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our Daughter and Sister 

ANITA 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. and MRS. DAVID HR0W1V 

HELENE — MARTIN 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 



SARA 



On Your Graduation 



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MOM, DAD and RENEE 



Congratulations to 
the Graduates 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Horowitz 
and Esther 



Mazel Tov 
to our Dear Daugher and Sister 

SHEILA HIRTH 

Sincere Wishes for a Successful 
and Happy Future 

Mom, Dad, Sidney, Moishie, Bonnie 



Heartiest Congratulations to Our Beloved 

RABBI and MRS. ELIEZER SILVER 
MR. ISADORE EISENBERG 
RABBI and MRS. DAVID SILVER 
MR. and MRS. ABRAHAM CHAZAN 
KISHER ISRAEL CONGREGATION 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



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Congratulations to 

LINDA 

Her Parents 
Her Brother 
Her Grandmother 



Congratulations to 



My Loving Granddaughter 



ESTHER 



Sol Horowitz 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 



to 



LIFSIE RESNIKOFF 



Buby, Mother, Dad and Mimi 



In Blesed Memory 
of 

MRS. SOPHIA HYATT 

from 
Rabbi David Wachtfogel 



Best Wishes to 
Our Favorite 

RIFKAH 

from 

Mommy — Daddy 

Buby and Zady 



To Our Darling Daughter 



LEAH-BELLE 



In Honor of her Graduation 



Maze/ Tov and Hatzlachah 



Love, 



Mommy, Daddy and David 



Congratulations to 

RONNIE 

from 

Mother, Dad, Henie, Bubie, 

Zadie and Grandma 



Best Wishes to 

LILLIAN SCHORR 

from 

First Congregation Anshei Sfard 

of Boro Park 

Hyman L. Heller, President 

Israel Kleinman — Joseph Rosenfeld 
Vice-Presidents 

Emil Traub 
Treasurer 

Abraham Michaelson 
Secrefary 




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With All Our Love and Best Wishes 

to 

JUDI 

Spornie 

Thelma and Milton 

Gail, Laurie and Karen 

Congratulations to 

CLAIRE LANGNER 

on her Graduation 

BEN SPERO 



Best of Luck on Her Graduation 
to 

CLAIRE LANGNER 



A & C TOY CORPORATION 

Compliments of 

CANTOR DAVID SHULMAN 

and 

RABBI YEHUDA PERKIN 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 



MEYER D. RICH 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

251 West 86th Street 

New York City 



SU - 7-3200 



To 



AUNT RICKI 



ELLIOT and SHARON 
FEINERMAN 



To . . . 

SHEILA 

Congratulations On Your Graduation 

DAD and MOM 
Harriet and Joyce 

L'CHAVEROTENU 

HAMESAYEMOT 

ALU V'HATZLICHU 

B'nei Akiva - Bachad 

North America 



GREETINGS 

to All Graduates, Students, Faculty 
and Administration 

HERSH'S KNISHOP INC. 



HOTEL RIVERSIDE-PLAZA 

Gold Manor Caterers 

Rabbi Mordecai B. Hirsch 

665-9 Willoughby Avenue 

Brooklyn 6, New York 



HY- 1-5151 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

JUDY 

and her classmates 

Reverend & Mrs. M. Grossman 
Ruthy and Peninnah 



DAIRYLEA 
MILK and CREAM 



Congratulations to Our Niece 

SHEILA HIRTH 

on Her Graduation 

MR. and Mrs. S. Hirth 
and Daughters 

SUNRAY YARN CO. 

HAND - KNITTING YARNS 

349 Grand Street 
New York 2, New York 

GR - 5-0063-4 

Mazel Tov on Her Graduation 

to 

ROCHELLE 

Mom, Dad, Irwin and Kenny 



Mazel Tov to Our Graduate 

JUDI 

Mom — Dad 
and Mordechai Elyokim 



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Compliments of 

LEVINE and CO., INC. 

110 Worth Street 
New York 13, N. Y. 

Congratulations to the Graduates 

ARCO 
RIBBON & NOVELTY CO. 

27 West 38th Street 
New York 

Congratulations to 

DOLLY 

— o— 
MR. SACHS 



Compliments of 

NEW ENGLAND 
SMELTING WORKS, INC. 

West Springfield, Mass. 



THE DAMASEK'S 
Woodland Colony & Day Camp 

Sam and Morty 

WOODBOORNE, N. Y. 
Phones 
Woodboorne City 

1219-1022 ES- 3-8261 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

NAOMI 

Mom and Dad 
Herb and Bob 
Gloria and Josh 



To a Wonderful Granddaughter 
and Niece, 

The Best of Everything, Always 



Grandma and Uncle Irving 

Congratulations and Mazel Tov 
to 

ROSALIND GELLIS 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gellis 
Sandra and Debby 



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Congratulations To Our Cousin 

JESSICA 

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Berger 

Alvin and Joel 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

EUDICE 

— o— 

Mother and Dad 
Hindy, Simcha and Naomi 

Compliments of 

MAJESTIC DISPLAY, INC. 

905-915 Stanley Avenue 
Brooklyn 8, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

TRYLON 
METAL and WIRE WORKS, Inc. 



Compliments of 

FRIENDS 

of 

MR. and MRS. IRA SCHORR 



Best Wishes Upon Her Graduation 
to 

FLORENCE APPLBAUM 



Bayside Haven Nursing Home 

2855 - 216th Street 
Bayside, New York 



SAM HENNIE and SONS 

— Wholesale — 

BUTTER, CHEESE and EGGS 

Sam, George and Harvey Hennie 

417 Avenue C • Bayonne, N. J. 
HE - 6-3757 



Mazel Tov to 
CH AYA 

— o— 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Auerbach 



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"The best of luck all ways . . . always" 
to 

TOBY 

from 
Mr. and Mrs. Schwitzer 

Best Wishes to 

FLORENCE RENEE APPLBAUM 

on your Graduation 
— o— 

The Applbaum Family 

Congratulations to 

BEVERLY 

— o— 

Mom, Dad and Richie 

Mazel Toy to 
LORRAINE 



Mom and Dad 
Susie and George 
Eva and Herschel 

Pearlie, Nachie 



Mazel Tov to Our 

HADASSAH 

— o— 

Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac and Bubi 

To . . . 

GAIL 

On Her Graduation from High School 

from 

Mom, Dad and Arthur 

Mazel Toy to 

SYLVIA 

on her Graduation 

from 
Mom, Dad and Phil 

Congrafu/afi'ons to Our Daughter 

HAVA 



Dr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Hoenig 
and Family 



To Our Daughter 

ARLENE 

Best of Luck . . . from 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Silver 
and Family 



TREBOR KNITTING 

250 - 44th Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Compliments of 
MILTON S. FISHER 



Dl - 2-7564 Dl - 2-8381 

J. BERMAN and SONS 

9617 Church Avenue 
Brooklyn 



ELY'S SHOPPING CENTER 



INDIAN HEAD, MARYLAND 



Best Wishes 

MR. and MRS. IS EICHEL 

MONSEY, N. Y. 



Complimenfs of 

ROEBLING 



Maze/ Tov to Our 

JESSICA 



Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wernick 

Benjamin, Nechele and Basheva 

Mrs. F. Simnowitz 



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Compliments of 

BUFFALO BUTTON CO. 

4C8 • 7th Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

AUNT RICKI 

from 

Rochelle, Bonnie & Robin Feinerman 

To Our Niece 

LEAH 

Best Wishes for Success Always 
Love, 

Aunt Es f Uncle Leon, 

Flo, Mary-Jaine and Shmully 

Compliments of 

DR. and MRS. JESSE M. FRANKEL 
Morna and Seth 

I. GOLDBERG and SONS 

Glatl Kosher Meats and Provisions 
220 Delancey Street 
New York 2, N. Y. 

To . . . 

MY FELLOW GRADUATES 

Long Life and Happiness . . . Mazel Tov 

D. F. 

Congraru/afions fo 

BARBARA GARTENBERG 

Aunt Edith, Uncle Joe, 

Susan, Sheila, Mildred & Jay William 



HUBERT B. PANZER, D.D.S. 

Madison Ave. and North Oak Court 
Madison, N. J. 



To . . . 

RICKI 

from 

Mr. and Mrs. Lifschitz and Family 

Best Wishes and Lots of Luck 
To Our Granddaughter 

BARBARA GARTENBERG 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Klein 

Compliments of 

IRVING CLOSTER 

Kosher Poultry 

1607 St. Johns Place 

PR. 2-3889 

To My Granddaughter 

ISADORA 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for a Happy Future 

Your Loving Grandmother 

To Our Daughter and Sister 

ISADORA 

May All Your Hearts Desires Be Fulfilled 

Daddy, Mommy and Jean 

Wisconsin 7-0209 

LOUIS ROSE 

Manufacturing Furrier 
150 West 30th Street 
New York 1, N. Y. 

ROOCHVARG'S PHARMACY 

680 Woodfield Road 
West Hempstead, L. I. 



DR. PAUL KWARTIN 

1406 Carroll Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



CHURCH AVE. LUNCHEONETTE 

1915 Church Avenue 
BU 4-8773 


Compliments fo 

MIRIAM BRANDWEIN 

On Her Graduation 

Mom, Dad, Arthur 


Congratulations to 

RUTH 

and Her Fellow Graduates 
from 

DR. O. NAPELBAUM 

Dentist 

1 248 - 49th Street 

Brooklyn 19, N. Y. DE 6-0333 


Compliments of 

THE HOLLYWOOD INN 

In the Heart of the Berkshire* 
Hinsdale, Mass. 


Compliments of 

DAVES FOOD STORE 


In Memory of 


140 Roebling Street 


JOE 


Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 




ROSENBLUM PHARMACY 


WEST END PHARMACY 


55 S. 2nd Street, Cor. Havemeyer 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
EV 80745 


1769 Bath Avenue 
Brooklyn 14, N. Y. 


GRAND KITCHEN & DINETTE CO. 


Congratulations to our Niece 

EDITH 


234 Keap Street 


from 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


Aunt Rose and Uncle Moish 


Maze! Tov ta 

C H A Y A 

Compliments of 


Compliments of 

1. K AR SC H 


MR. and MRS. SAM ROTH 


Butcher 


Maze! Tov to 

ISADORA 

Uncle Bernie and Family 

Uncle Leo and Family 


Maze/ Tov and Best Wishes la 

ISADORA 

DR. and MRS. GROSOFF 


Compliments of 


To ... . 


IDEAL BUTTON CO. 


R 1 C Kl 


1261 Broadway 


from 


New York, N. Y. 


UNCLE MAX HENDEL 



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Compliments of 

RABBI and MRS. M. KORB 
and FAMILY 



Orders Delivered Free — NA ■ I 

VICTORY FRUIT MARK 

Fancy Fruit and Vegetables 
2290 Nostrand Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 


-0200 

ETS 


Comp/Jmenfs of 

KELLER HARDWARE 

888 - 3rd Avenue 
New York City 
to 

SUSAN WEISEL 






TWining 8-2400 

DAVID W. WAKELY 

Music to Suit the Occasion 
41-50 78th Street 
Jockson Heights, N. Y. 


GE 6-8377 

KURTZ-SCHNALL PHARMACISTS 

49th Street and 13th Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 


Maze! Tov and Best Wishes 
to my dear Granddaughter 

EUDICE WEILGUS 

from 

BUBBY COHEN 




Congratulations to 

ADELLE and RUTH 
SEMEL and SON 






MAX MEISLES 

Hardware Wholesaler 
4246 Ludlow Street 
New York City 


Comp/i'menfs of 

BILL'S BAKESHOP 

5114 Fort Hamilton Parkway 


MR. HERMAN WEINTRAUB 


To . . . 

RACHELLE 

Best of Luck Always 

PAUL 


Compliments of 

COBEK LIVE POULTRY 

2522 West 3rd Street 
Brooklyn 23, New York 


MARKET 


NEIMAN GLATT KOSHER MEATS 

425 Saratoga Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
HY 6-9282 


Compliments of 

CLODER CORP. 

117 Broadway 
New York City 
WO 2-0453 


PR 8-2301 Shomer Shabbos 

STERN'S BAKERY 

Artistic Wedding, Bar-Mitzvah, 
Birthday and Party Cakes 
1062 Rutland Road 
Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 



Congrafu/afions and Mazel lov to 
Our Daughter 

RHODA 

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Seif 



Good Luck to 

ANITA BROWN 

PAUL'S DAIRY & APPETIZING 

874 Hunts Point Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 
Kl 2-5096 


To . . . 

SHULIE 

Best Wishes 

BORO PARK NURSING HOME 






Best Wishes fo 

LI LA 


Best Wishes fo 

SH 1 F R A 


— o — 

MOM and DAD 


RABBI and MRS. TEIGMAN 






Best Wishes and Good Luck fo 
Our Granddaughter 

TOBY 

MR. and MRS. SCHMELL 


HY 8-2864 Shomer Shobbos 

SPINROD'S DAIRY 

1 1 1 Sutter Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 






Comp/imenfs of 

LOWENS BAKERY 


Congrafu/afions fo 

RICKY SMITH 

MR. and MRS. ALEX LEINWEBER 


31 1 Rogers Avenue 


878 Driggs Avenue 


Shomer Shabbos 


ST 2-7607 


Maze! Tov fo 

JOYCE 

Upon Graduation 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Larry and Bonnie 


Maze! Tov to Our Dear 

JUDITH 

Upon Her Graduation 
With Love from 

Daddy, Mommy, Irwin and Shirley 


Best Wishes to 

S H 1 F R A 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wexler 


PAREE FRENCH CLEANERS 

9317 Church Avenue 
Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 
Dl 2-3472 


Congratulations to My Niece 


Best Wishes to 


B ERNI C E 


S H 1 F R A 


Upon Her Graduation 


Mr. and Mrs. A. Teigman 


Best Wishes to 

SUSAN WEISEL 


Congrafu/ations fo 

JUDY EISELMAN 

On Her Graduation 


Mother and Dad 


Bert and Rachelle Sorscher 





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To Our Dear Daughter 

BARBARA 

Lofs of Luck on Her Graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gartenberg 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
Our Loving Niece, 

ISADORA 

Bromberg and Ruvinsky's Pharmacy 



Compliments of 

DR. and MRS. BARNETT I. ROMM 



GE - 5-5333 — Prompt Delivery 

Jack's Quality Fruits and Vegetables 

1306-8 - 50th Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Thanks to . . . 

MR. HOFFMAN 

for his "Sheilonim" 

An Appreciative Parent 

of a Past Graduate 



Mazel Tov to my Granddaughter 

JU Dl 




Compliments of 

A FRIEND 


from 




of 


Zadie Pincus Roth 




JUDY EISELMAN 


Comp/imenfs of 




To SHEILA 


DR. AND MRS. SOLOMON J. 


KESSLER 


Congrafu/afions from 


91 Lyons Avenue 
Newark, N. J. 




Uncle Jack, Aunt Esther, and Family 


CHIC CORSETRY 




"Bracfiah Vehatzlachah 


Large Skillful Corsetry 

Small Free Demonstration Without Obligation 

5315 - 13th Avenue 


Lenechdainu Miriam" 

Eliezer and Leah Krulovitsky 


Brooklyn, N. Y. UL 1-4900 







Best Wishes to Our Dear Niece and Cousin 

BARBARA GARTENBERG 

MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN WINKLER 

and Family 

SANN'S BEAUTY SALON 

Specialized Hair Styling 
730 Nostrand Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
PR 3 - 8380 

Congraru/af/ons to 

SUSAN GROSSMAN 

from 

A FRIEND 

I. & S. JERSEY EGG RECEIVERS 

Hyers Road — Toms River, N. Y. 
605 Glenmore Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lots of Luck to 

J U D I 

Mrs. Esther Rosenfeld 

President, Yeshiva of Brighton 
Ladles' Auxiliary 



Congratulations to Our Niece 

SHEILA HIRTH 

— o— 

Uncle Sydney and Aunt Esther 

Congratulations to 

MIRIAM KOENIGSBERG 

— o— 

Dr. Abraham Andrews 



Congratulations to 

MIRIAM KOENIGSBERG 

from 

Treiber's Kosher Meat Market 

601 Brighton Beach Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



To J U D I 

Congratulations from 

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Messing 



Congratulations to 

JUDI LANDO 

on Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon I. Hertz & Son 

4910 - 17th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Congratulations 

SHEILA HIRTH 

from J. & H. Cleaners 

1 13 Broome Street 

New York, N. Y. AL 48440 



Compliments of 

COMMUNITY CHROME PLATING 

180 Center Street 
New York City 

Comp/iments of 

Broadway Dry Goods Exchange 

16 Graham Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

KESSLER and COHN 

4410 - 16th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

NEW DEAL TABLE CORP. 

6202 - 16th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
CL - 9-2665 



SOL'S FRUITS and 


VEGETABLES 


Maze/ Toy to My Granddaughter 


4219 Church Avenue 

LEE'S GROCERY STORE 

4217 Church Avenue 




SANDY 
Love Buba 


With lots of Luck to 

CLAIRE LANGNER 






Compliments of 
of 


— o— 

S. M. Coplon & Son 






MRS. H ILF 


Wishing You Lots of Luck 






Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


CLAIRE LANGNER 






RUTH 


— o — 






And Her Fellow Graduates 


Square Deal Station 


ery & 


Toy Co. 


Mr. and Mrs. Taubenblatt and Family 




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MARGOLIS STATIONARY 

4011 - 12th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



GE 8-9650 

HERSHE'S KNISHOP 

4903 - 12th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Congrafu/ations to My Granddaughter 

B E RNICE 

On Her Graduation 

Harry Shapiro 

ES 2-8906 

ALLAHAND'S RELIABLE DRUGSTORE 

2082 - 86th Street 
Brooklyn 14, N. Y. 

ES 2-8906 

JEANETTE CLEANERS 

2082 - 86th Street 
Brooklyn 14, N. Y. 

GE 6-9463 Shomer Shabbos 

Handmade Israeli Shoes 

5115 - 13th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mazel Tov to RUTH 

KINOR DAVID 

Kosher Meaf and Poultry Corp. 

4708 - 13th Avenue 
GE 6-3877 

Nl 6-9312 

NEWMAN and COHEN 

Kosher Meaf and Poultry Market 

2802 Avenue U 



To Our Sister 

ARLE N E 

Gerald, Joseph and Sheldon 



To RUTH 

Best Wishes from 

Aunt Mollie and Uncle Max 



Congratulations to 

PROFFMAN'S STATIONARY 

808 47th Street 
UL 4-9962 



WH 3-3033 

N. H. NELSON, INC. 

Home Appliances 
116 Pearl Street 
New York 5, N. Y. 



Congrafu/af/ons fo RUTH 

LERTER SHERNOFF 

LINCOLN RENDEZVOUS 
65 Lafayette Avenue 
Brooklyn 



REIS JEWELRY STORE 

962 Flatbush Avenue 



To S H U LI E 

Best Wishes . . . 

BORO PARK NURSING HOME 



Best Wishes to Our 

ANITA BROWN 

— o— 

Aunt Helen and Uncle Ben Baron 
Heshie and Chavie 



Mazel Tov 

To Our N O R M A With Love, 

MOM and DAD 

BUBBIE 

GITTY and DEVORAH 




Mazel Tov 

GOLDIE 

On Your Graduation 

Love, 

MOM, DAD, LEONA, JOAN and LENNY 



Mazel Tov 

To My Fiancee 

BOBBIE 

On Her Graduation 
"Stay as Sweet as You are" 

MOISHE 



In Honor of Our Daughter and Sister 

MIRIAM SHULAM1TH 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Solomon A. Koenigsberg 

and David 


- STRICTLY KOSHER - 

S & B POULTRY & EGGS 

S. Dreyfuss, Proprietor 
HOIlis 4-4555 


Compliments to 

JUDY EISELMAN 

From Grandparents 

Mr. & Mrs. Fishel Miller 


Best Wishes (o 

SUSAN GROSSMAN 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Grossman 
and Family 



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Abraham Kessler 

Isadore Greenberg 

Hy's Variety Store 

Mr. and Mrs. Augenbraun 

Tesler Pharmacy 

Mr. L. Schiffer 

J & H Ravitz 

Wilfred S. Mandelbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Lobl 

M. M. Appetizers 

B. Ostreicher Family 

Irving Pollack 

Eddie School Supplies 

Blatt's Department Store 

Alexander Klein 

Morris Zivotofsky 

Mr. Ekstein 

Julie's Cut Rate Shoes 

Saul and Zelda Kaminsky 

Robbin's Pharmacy 

Park Surgical Company 

Mr. Nathan Bandwein 

Herbert Lapin 

Dr. Sidney J. Finkelstein 

Hochberg Brothers' Food Store 

Ekstein's Home Delivery Service 



Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rochvarg 

Mandle's Custom Made Suits 

A to Z Luggage 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ehrlich 

Bromfelds Grocery Store 

Mandelbaum's Bakery 

Klein's Tailoring 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Greenwald 

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Greenberger 

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Traub 

A Friend 

Pacific Live Poultry Corp. 

K. Quality Fruit 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klug 

Uncle Leo and Family 

Christine's Center 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer 

Dr. Morse 

Adolf Oeteerman 

Joyce and Myron 

Aunt Blanche and Uncle Samuel 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Steiner 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lovy 

Grandpa Jacob Solomon 

Aunt Florence, Uncle Arnold and Cousins 

Noble Drugs 



CONGRATULATIONS 
to 

THE SENIORS 



CONGRArULATIONS 
from 

YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 

HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS' UNDERGROUND 

Meetings daily in the basement 
Members admitted with TNT and black books — 




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Compliments of I 

FAMOUS FOR CONTINENTAL 
CHOCOLATES 



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